Saint Bernard | FEMALE | 7 YEARS OLD | Tecate, CA

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6/2/2010 2:37:09 PM

heres a vote you are cute want to be friends...Raze

Come visit me, Dakota Blu, Peter Boi, Raze

1/22/2010 5:43:57 AM

Welcome to D.C

Hi Victoria, we just wanted to welcome you to D.C. We haven't been on much because of the holidays, injuries and family problems, so we missed when you first came. Hopefully, we are now back daily. My name is Duncan. I am a 18month old st. bernard. There are not too many saints here on D.C compared to the other breeds, so we get excited when we see another one.I am on the slim side for a male saint. I had a lot of allergy and eating issues my first year. Mom and the vet now have my alergies under control and are working on my eating. Mom makes most of my food. I have gained some weight back so that made everybody happy. I have a sister dog named Cinder-Ella. She is a black lab. She has no problem eating, and will usually sneak in and finish what ever I don't. Mom now knows she does this and has to feed us separately.Well, just wanted to say Hi. Stop in on my page sometime. Saint Slobbers to you, Duncan

Come visit me, Cinder-Ella- Now an Angel and free from pain 8-16-2012, Duncan- Birthday Boy!!!

1/20/2010 10:58:52 AM


come vist me girl on sydney please

Come visit me, abby, Bud, paige, sydney

11/14/2009 4:46:06 PM

Hi! My name is Maggie #146404 (for all dogs who don't know how to use page #'s, here's some pointers: look in the address box, you'll see at the VERY END a set of numbers, those are yours. Then, take them out, leaving the rest. Add 146404 to jump to my page, or any other #'s to go to other dogs'! It's THAT simple!) I'm an Aussie who's life is on the big screen! I'm a member of the Australian Shepherd Club of Dog Channel (ASCDC). I'm running for DOTM this November, and I'd be really cool if you could help me out by adding "Vote Maggie #146404 DOTM Nov!" to the end of your name, or voting every day this Novemeber, or even copy/pasting this out to other dogs! My theme? Hollywoof! A dog's spin on Hollywood! Also, if I've already given you this, please forgive me. So what are you waiting for? Lights, Camera, VOTE MAGGIE! - Also: There is concern about Vetsulin because of formulation problems, the agency says. Veterinarians are being warned to closely monitor dogs & cats receiving Vetsulin because the product may have varying amounts of crystalline zinc insulin in the formulation, according to an alert sent out Monday by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration’- s Center for Veterinary Medicine. Vetsulin, which is manufactured by Intervet/Scheri- ng-Plough Animal Health, is a porcine insulin zinc suspension used to treat diabetes in animals. Because the product is out of specification, there could be a delay in insulin action & overall longer duration of insulin activity, according to the FDA. Products having significant problems with stability can affect the management of chronic diseases. Unstable insulin products can result in unpredictable fluctuations in the glucose levels of diabetic patients, the FDA noted in its alert. Veterinarians are urged to monitor patients for any changes in onset or duration of activity, or for any signs of hyperglycemia or hypoglycemia. The classic signs of hyperglycemia include increased thirst, increased urination, weight loss & lethargy. The classic signs of hypoglycemia include disorientation, unsteadiness, weakness, lethargy & seizures. The FDA said that while Intervet/Scheri- ng-Plough Animal Health is working with them to resolve the issue, supplies may be limited. Therefore, the FDA is suggesting that veterinarians consider transitioning their diabetic patients to other insulin products. The FDA is also encouraging veterinarians to report any adverse events with Intervet/Scheri- ng-Plough Animal Health at 800-224-5318. If you recive this blog, PLEASE pass it on. This is VERY important info!

Come visit me, Maggie

11/7/2009 7:04:01 AM


My name is Tucker and i love to Shop too!Heres a vote!

Come visit me, Millie, Tucker

11/6/2009 8:09:21 PM


o my gosh, what a adorable dog! here's a vote. please vote for me,too. thanks and have fun shopping! keep tail waggin, Rosie!

Come visit me, Rosie

11/6/2009 8:04:41 PM

Hey Victoria! Look at you in that shopping cart!

Hey there cutie :) We are just stopping by to welcome you. You are adorable! I hope we can be friends, and hope you had a greyt day! Left a vote! ♥Cape Cod Crew†

Come visit me, Buster *Forever in our hearts* 10-12-91 ~ 4-7-10, Felix #212999, Jazz #162121, Tobey *Our Special Angel* 8/3/97 ~ 12/22/09

11/6/2009 7:21:56 PM

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